Miracos Makeup Brush Review

I could never, will never have enough makeup brushes. It’s a fact. I’m impressed with how technology has advanced to create synthetic makeup brush fibers that mimic animal hair and perform well in liquids, cream and powders. Miracos Makeup reached out to partner on this post, offering to send me their synthetic Premium Bamboo Makeup Brushes.

I was intrigued by Miracos description of the bristles “that release ions to reduce skin oxidization, improve cleanliness and provide an anti-bacterial barrier, making them suitable for sensitive skin.”
 The set contains 7 brushes in a magnetized brush roll case. I really like the magnetic feature and wish all my brush rolls had this!
I like the see-through plastic brush flap overlay for cleanliness.  The included brush guards are also nice to retain the brush head’s shape and would be nice to keep for reshaping brushes after cleaning.
It’s also smart that the brush inserts are mesh as they will be far less likely to collect product residue this way. There are definitely a lot of practical features incorporated into the carrying case. I will review each of the 7 brushes individually, telling you their intended purpose, what I found them useful for, and how they performed. First up, the face brushes.

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Oval Powder Brush: I found this to be a really nice blush brush thanks to it’s domed head and graduated cut bristles. It reminds me of a slightly larger version of my beloved Real Techniques Blush Brush. You could also use this brush for setting powder and bronzer.

Round Blush Brush: I wouldn’t apply powder blush with this as it’s too dense but I found I really loved applying cream and liquid foundation with it. It’s just dense enough to lay down product but the bristles have enough flex to also blend and buff out. I loved applying my cream blush with this too, but I just think it could be unforgiving with powders.

Tapered Foundation Brush: This felt a little abrasive on my often reactive skin. I didn’t enjoy applying foundation with it but will reserve it for applying face masks instead.

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Eye Sweep Brush: I prefer my all over shadow brushes to be a bit flatter but I found this applied shadow to the lid nicely due to it’s density. It would also work for placing darker colors on the outer corner, but the bristles aren’t really long enough to blend those colors out seamlessly.

Angled Eyeliner & Brow Brush: This was my favorite brush of the bunch. It’s one of the thinnest angled liner brushes, enabling me to create really crisp, beautiful winged liner and brows. I used it on a few of my makeup clients and I was really impressed with the clean lines I was able to create.

Lip Brush: I will never understand why brush sets include these, especially those geared towards consumers. I don’t know any woman that frequently uses a lip brush, and even as a makeup artist, I use a lot of disposables these days. I would have loved to have seen this brush swapped out for a fluffy crease brush to really round out the set.

Point Concealer Brush: This is nice for blending out dense, drier concealers like this one, but for liquids and creams, it can leave a few brush strokes. I also liked using this for applying cream and liquid eyeshadows.

Quality 7/10
I experienced some mild shedding, however, this is not a luxury line by any means and the price point seems accurate. The brushes are all very soft and the only one that felt abrasive on my skin was the foundation one. The others are very gentle. The handles are made of bamboo which feels very lightweight in the hand. Bamboo is a sustainable material so that’s really nice to see that vs. plastic handles.

Packaging 9/10
The included case is darling and useful. The brushes also came in brush guards which is really handy for keeping their shape!

Value 8/10
When using my 25% off code (enter IVY25 at checkout), these break down to about $2.14 per brush which is a mega deal. I rated it an 8 because I can’t say every single brush is super useful.

What I Like

  • The included case is stylish and functional.
  • The angled liner brush is an awesome shape and I will continue to use in my freelance kit.
  • I really like the Round Blush Brush for applying foundation. It’s very soft and the bristles are just the right cut for this.
  • The price point is highly affordable for a 7 brush set.
  • I like that these are all synthetic fibers.
  • It’s nice to see a sustainable material like bamboo used for the handles.
What I Don’t
  • I did experience some mild shedding after the 2nd use.
  • I don’t love the feel of the handles. They are bamboo so they are lightweight but I think I just prefer a bit heavier feel in the hand.
  • I hate the color green so I do wish the bristles were black, as petty as it sounds.
  • I don’t need another lip brush and wish this were a crease brush instead.
Do I recommend the Miracos Makeup Brush Set?
For the price, included case, and at least 4 very useful brushes, they are totally worth it. They are soft, cruelty-free and versatile. If you’d like to order a set, make sure to use code IVY25 to save 25%. I don’t make any money from the code, you just save money.

Want to win a set for yourself?
Miracos will be giving one Wake Up For Makeup reader their own Bamboo Makeup Brush Set. Leave me comment to enter using the Rafflecopter widget below. Winner will be chosen at random on Wednesday, May 2nd.

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 Post sponsored by Miracos Makeup. Product provided for review purposes.
















  1. Dori Polk

    04/25/2018 at 1:44 PM

    That angle brush sounds great! Love the review

    1. Ivy Boyd

      04/25/2018 at 1:54 PM

      It’s a little gem! Thanks for reading!

  2. Alex Hoover

    04/25/2018 at 8:45 PM

    Thanks for the review! I can never have too many brushes either, especially since I hate washing my brushes!

  3. Olivia

    04/25/2018 at 10:40 PM

    I have only bought one new brush in the past two years so I’m definitely in need of something new ones! 😂 These brushes look great!

  4. Shelby Koerner

    04/26/2018 at 7:35 AM

    Wouldn’t say I NEED new brushes, but …. who doesn’t love new brushes?!?

  5. Kate Schneider

    04/26/2018 at 9:30 AM

    I like these silly little lip brushes for cleaning up my nail polish edges. 🙂

    This set sounds great!

    1. Ivy Boyd

      04/26/2018 at 8:37 PM

      Um, so smart!

  6. Jennifer Keating

    04/26/2018 at 8:04 PM

    Great review! I’ve never had brushes like this before! Mine are crappy Walmart ones that I’ve had for quite a while, could really use a new set! THanks for the chance!

  7. Amanda Whitley

    04/26/2018 at 9:32 PM

    i have a set that cost a dollar at walmart..they leave hairs on me every time. i would love a nicer set especially bamboo ones!

  8. Kathy A Davis

    04/27/2018 at 10:28 PM

    I’m sure that I don’t need them as much as some others, but it would be great to start fresh with a new set.

  9. bilqees bano

    04/30/2018 at 2:03 AM

    I just want new brushes ..actually I am planning to go to the traveling so I need them honestly 🙂

  10. Katie Moran

    05/01/2018 at 2:45 PM

    I am SO bad at cleaning my brushes :’) This set is cute!

  11. Mackenzie

    05/01/2018 at 3:39 PM

    I was just thinking this morning how badly I NEED new brushes.. and thennnn I came across this! How awesome 🙂

  12. Mallory

    05/01/2018 at 4:27 PM

    Thanks for sharing your honest review on everything including the shedding. I love the packaging and the brush roll. Makes me get the zest to travel and bring some cute brushes with me! 😉

  13. Sabrina

    07/31/2018 at 11:41 PM

    This is amazing…I have seen this brushes but was confused for buy it or not. But, this article have featured all their pros and cons very efficiently. Thanks for sharing. Now, I’ll confidently buy them.Thanks a lot.

    1. Ivy Boyd

      08/02/2018 at 10:32 AM

      I’m so glad it was helpful! I find I’ve been continuing to use several of them in my freelance kit and the little brush roll on trips too so I’m still happy with them! Thank you for reading and commenting!

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